Grantees may use the resources below to support program implementation and fiscal management.
This Home Visiting-ImpACT webinar features a virtual presentation and dialogue about developmental surveillance and screening. It also explores strategies that the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program can use to successfully engage parents in developmental promotion, early detection, and referrals to early intervention services.
This Home Visiting-ImpACT webinar features a virtual presentation and dialogue about strategies that the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program can use to support mothers with opioid use disorder and infants with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS).
Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting (MIECHV) Program Innovation Awards Funding Opportunity Announcement (FOA) HRSA-16-025 – Technical Assistance Webinar – Technical Assistance Webinar ;
Collaborating and building relationships with medical homes at the community level.
Information on fiscal sub-recipient monitoring requirements, including review of expanded guidance in the fiscal year 2015 Funding Opportunity Announcements, and good financial management practices.
A discussion of various funding streams that support home visiting quality and financing strategies that can be implemented in states to support sustainability.
Linkages and Referrals: Community Issue, State Response ; Transcript (PDF – 528 KB)
How a state can support a systemic approach to linkages and referrals in local communities.
Two state-level approaches to domestic violence in MIECHV communities: 1) leveraging partnerships to improve domestic violence outcomes; 2) how professional development on domestic violence can have an impact across early childhood systems.
Covers: staff selection and recruitment practices that decrease turnover and increase quality; steps grantees have taken to implement intentional onboarding processes; how a professional development system can allow for supervisor input and support staff retention.
Beyond Reporting: Making the Most of Your MIECHV Data ; Transcript (PDF – 365 KB)
Considers the potential opportunities for sharing benchmark and research findings outside traditional stakeholder groups; reviews the steps other grantees have taken to share and create resources for disseminating their findings; assesses the impact of sharing benchmark and research findings; and reviews how sharing such data might benefit programs.
Provides an understanding of the range of TACC TA activities that can enhance state teams' support of Local Implementing Agencies' effectiveness; recognizes efforts to refocus Communities of Practice to enhance peer learning; identifies a new, more accessible online space for peer engagement and resource sharing among grantees; and introduces new TACC staff.
Promoting an Organizational Culture of Reflective Practice ; Transcript (PDF – 232 KB)
Case Studies in Supporting Enrollment Efforts at Local Sites ; Transcript (PDF – 486 KB)
Evaluating Systems Integration: Essential Components ; Transcript (PDF – 487 KB)
Intimate Partner Violence, Part 2: Empowering the Home Visitor ; Transcript (PDF – 202 KB)
Centralized Intake: The Next Steps along the Journey ; Transcript (PDF – 191 KB)
Addressing Parental Depression through Home Visiting ; Transcript (PDF – 474 KB)
Strengthening Professional Development for MIECHV Programs ; Transcript (PDF – 142 KB)
Implementation and Scale Up of Home Visiting (Part 2) ; Transcript (PDF -374 KB)
Coordination & Referral Tools conference call (MP3)